DOH Logs 2,157 Newly-Reported COVID-19 Cases In PH As Of November 7, 2020

DOH had recorded 2,157 newly-reported COVID-19 cases in the Philippines as of November 7, 2020.

The Department of Health (DOH) had recorded 2,157 newly-reported coronavirus cases in the Philippines as of 4:00 p.m. of November 7, 2020.

This, as the Department of Health gave an update on the total number of COVID-19 cases in the Philippines as of today.

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According to its COVID-19 Case Bulletin #238 dated November 7, 2020, the Department of Health recorded 2,157 newly-reported COVID-19 cases. This brought the total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus disease to 393,961.

Also, the Department of Health reported 36,260 total active cases wherein 83.7% were mild cases, 10.0% were asymptomatic cases, 4.0% were critical cases, and 2.3% were severe cases.

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Moreover, the Department of Health identified the top five areas with the highest number of new coronavirus cases as of November 7 only: Quezon City with 115 new cases, Davao City with 107 new cases, Rizal with 105 new cases, Bulacan with 102 new cases, and Cavite with 82 new cases.

Aside from the number of confirmed cases, the Department of Health had recorded 252 newly-reported recoveries, bringing the total number of recoveries to 350,216. Also, the Department of Health recorded 24 newly-reported fatalities, bringing the total number of coronavirus deaths to 7,485.

Meanwhile, the DOH assured the public that there’s no recorded case of Brucellosis yet in the Philippines after Reuters reported that more than 6,000 people in China had contracted the bacterial disease.

In addition, the DOH said that it also working with designated offices in order to ensure that cases of bacterial disease.

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